Retweet After Me: Week of Feb. 11, 2014

What brands should know about Facebook’s Paper by Courtney Gordner

The Internet has changed the way we communicate. This became increasingly true with Facebook’s announcement of its new app, Paper. Paper will allow users to view Facebook in a way that is more like reading a newspaper (with short updates, news stories, photos and videos) than scrolling through a social media feed. [Read More]

Content Marketing a Struggle from Start to Finish by Jennifer Stalzer

Digital is transforming the way brands are communicating with their customers. The most recent Nielsen’s Trust in Advertising report confirms that branded web sites are now the second most trusted format, a jump from fourth place in 2007. As communications and marketing professionals, how do we seize this opportunity without mucking it up? [Read More]

Top 8 Reasons Why Men and Women Use Facebook by Matt Petronzio

Facebook turned 10 on Tuesday, and with 1.23 billion monthly active users, 37 offices worldwide and more than 6,000 employees, it’s something to celebrate. But how are Facebook users actually using the social network after a decade? [Read More]

Instagram Video Done Right: 10 Inspiring Brand Examples by Katherine Leonard

Instagram video burst onto the scene in mid-2013, and in the months since we’ve seen good, bad and ugly video efforts from brands. The good news is that when companies do get it right, Instagram video efforts seem to pay off — according a study from Unruly Media, 40% of the most-shared Instagram videos are from brands. [Read More]

TV after-shows tap social media by Patrick Ryan

Like the ravenous zombies they tune in to watch each week, fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead have voracious appetites. But instead of gorging themselves on human flesh, fans get their fill with behind-the-scenes content and social-media interaction — two key components of after-shows such as Talking Dead (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT), which returns tomorrow following The Walking Dead’s midseason premiere. [Read More]

Written by Allison Matherly

Allison Matherly

Allison Matherly: Coordinator of Digital Engagement at Texas Tech University, coffee lover, crazy cat lady, social media enthusiast & believer, blogger.

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